Tag Archives: Progressive Metal

Sascha Paeth’s Master Of Ceremony ~ Signs Of Wings

  Hard Rockers will love this album. It is hard core rock & roll with a woman who can sing & scream it out as well. The band is fun. The vocals fit right in. There is one thing that … Continue reading

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Elvenking ~ Reader Of The Runes – Divination

  This may be hard to follow, but, take Renaissance & merge them with Dream Theater & you will have ELVENKING.  Starting off the album with that nice slow folk feel which then plummets you straight into the hard progressive … Continue reading

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Jorn ~ Live On Death Road

  I’ve never really listened to Jorn before. I’m not sure that I wanted my first experience with them to be a live album. I can’t say anything bad about this,  but live albums don’t really move me unless there … Continue reading

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Shumaun ~ One Day Closer To Yesterday

  Shumaun, a band that you may have heard about, from me, is a really good band. Great music, good vocals & more are available to cheer up your ears. The first song “Sensus Divinitatis” is a short 2:37 song, … Continue reading

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Ardours ~ Last Place On Earth

  This album didn’t really hit me with the first instrumental song, but, by the time that “Catabolic” come on with the vocals standing above the music, really changed my mind. At first, I was ready to just notch this … Continue reading

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Ruphus ~ New Born Day, & Ranshart

  Considering that I consider myself a prog guy, I’ve never heard of this great progressive rock band before. Now that I have, I can’t wait to hear more. These albums are originally done in 1973, & 1974 & have … Continue reading

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Sweet Oblivion

  Another great album featuring Geoff Tate. Anything that Geoff Tate puts his hands on, seems to work very well. The music is sweet. The vocals are right where they need to be & the production is wonderful. “Transition” starts … Continue reading

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